CHILD HEALTH: Should Adoptive Parents Accept Unknown Health Risks?
Should there be a lemon law for adopted children? California Healthline columnist Jeff Stryker looks at the latest wave of "wrongful adoption" lawsuits brought by adoptive parents who discover that adoption agencies have withheld important information about their children's medical history. Should adoptive parents have a money-back guarantee or should they merely accept the risk, as natural parents do?
Stryker's Corner is a regular Monday feature in California Healthline. Columnist Jeff Stryker takes readers behind the headlines, with in-depth articles, guest editorials and interviews with California newsmakers. Click here for more on Stryker and this feature.
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